Snakehips & MØ 'Don't Leave' by Malia James
Malia James paints a colourful, melancholic portrait of relationships in this clip for Snakehips & MØ.
Shot against the colourful urban backdrop of Berlin, the video follows the same man through two different relationships, intercutting between them to show the contrasting dynamics. Sometimes the two stories intersect, leading to some sad moments in wonderful settings. Vibrant lights, and textural locations turn the film into heartbreaking visual treat.
|Executive Producer||Juliette Larthe|
|Executive Producer||Hannah May|
|Production Manager||Laura Thomas-Smith|
|Director of Photography||Jackson Hunt|
|Executive Producer||Juri Weisner|
|Other credits||Telecine: MPC|
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